Synonyms for elash or Related words with elash

greenhut              ikle              forche              szep              netser              jeansonne              litwak              hirschfield              gaiger              tauriello              hrivnak              keleher              berlowitz              kosanke              matovina              sytsma              junkins              feutz              lourie              mehrens              tignor              weikel              mcaleavey              sirotta              deliyannis              donatucci              schickler              lisulo              mileur              touchette              tchorzewski              mccrate              berding              thoreson              lehrmann              weinsheimer              addicott              slutz              farbstein              sabloff              gevirtz              abshire              groemer              minnich              zwolinski              karmon              gantman              derounian              snover              sopko             



Examples of "elash"
Daniel "Deke" Frontino Elash (born January 2, 1968) is an American zine editor, musician, actor, activist and historian.
The mediaeval Hebrew compilation, the "Chronicles of Jerahmeel", aside from quoting "Yosippon" as above, also provides a separate tradition of Tiras' sons elsewhere, naming them as "Maakh, Tabel, Bal’anah, Shampla, Meah", and "Elash". This material was ultimately derived from Pseudo-Philo (ca. 75 AD), extant copies of which list Tiras' sons as "Maac, Tabel, Ballana, Samplameac", and "Elaz".
Rebecca Radich, the former staffer who filed the original ethics complaint, discussed the staff organizing political mailings and skipping work hours during elections to hold campaign signs and wave at motorists along Routes 28 and 8. Under cross examination Radich said that she had done so under direction from Habay, a statement that Habay attorney John Elash likened to the Nuremberg Defense, made famous by "soldiers under the Third Reich."